JangKeun Kim
  • Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Research focus
  • Neuroscience
2 Protocols feedback
Sucrose Preference Test to Measure Anhedonic Behaviour in Mice
Authors:  Tsvetan Serchov, Dietrich van Calker and Knut Biber, date: 10/05/2016, view: 10469, Q&A: 0
The sucrose preference test (SPT) is a reward-based test, used as in indicator of anhedonia. Anhedonia, or the decreased ability to experience pleasure, represents one of the core symptoms of depression. Rodents are born with an interest in sweet foods or solutions. Reduced preference for sweet solution in SPT represents anhedonia, while this ...
Sucrose Preference Test to Measure Stress-induced Anhedonia
Authors:  Andrew L. Eagle, Michelle Mazei-Robison and Alfred J. Robison, date: 06/05/2016, view: 15094, Q&A: 2
The 2-bottle choice procedure for assessing sucrose preference is a useful test to investigate anhedonia (i.e., inability to feel pleasure) in laboratory rodents, particularly in stress-based models of depression. The 2-bottle choice procedure allows for a comparison between behavioral preference for sucrose solution in drinking water ...
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